How Do I Find My Best Blush Color?

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The question, How do I find my best blush color? Is a common one when you’re trying to create the perfect look. When it comes to finding the perfect blush color for your skin, the array of options can feel super overwhelming. The good news is, there are tons of great ways to figure out the perfect blush color for your skin that will help bring out the best qualities of your personal skin tone.

With Elizabeth Mott’s Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush, you’ll have three beautiful colors to choose from so that you can have the chance to discover the best blush for your cheeks! This is an awesome buildable powder blush that’s easy to blend, so you won’t have to worry about makeup build-up, needing to reapply, or the color is too strong. Elizabeth Mott’s cruelty-free formula is also resistant to sweat and oil, so you don’t have to be concerned about any nasties sneaking into your makeup. So, now that we’ve gone through the nitty-gritty, let’s dive into how to choose your color.

Choosing the best Blush Color For Your Skintone

Skintone is the most obvious method for finding your best blush color. Everyone’s skin is unique, with different undertones that will make certain blush colors work better than others. For example, medium skin tones tend to have more yellow undertones, which means that the blush you use should work to counter this. If this is the case for your skin, Elizabeth Mott’s Soft Pink Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush might work best for you, as it doesn’t have the orange tones present in the peach pink or bright coral colors.

Elizabeth Mott Show Me Your Cheeks Soft Pink Blush

For someone with lighter skin, Elizabeth Mott’s Peach Pink Powder Blush might be best for you! The bright coral might work best for someone with dark skin. The thing is, everyone’s skin tone is different, and as a rule, matching your undertone would be great for a natural vibe, while going with the opposite of your undertone will give you a bolder look.

Elizabeth Mott Bright Coral Blush

The Best Blush Color For Your Skin Type and Age

Of course, skin tone isn’t the only thing that can affect your ideal blush shade. Skin type and age are also huge factors for you to consider. Luckily, the texture of Elizabeth Mott’s Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush makes it smooth to apply and prevents any excess you might expect to occur based on other blushes you might’ve tried. The good news is, this powder blush will work for most skin types, as working with powder will be best for oily and acne-prone skin.

When it comes to age, certain blush tones can make you look older. Elizabeth Mott has selected blush colors that will work with any age and that will bring out your beautiful face’s best features.

Elizabeth Mott’s Peach Pink Peach Blush

When it comes to using blush in any situation, it doesn’t hurt to combine your favorite Elizabeth Mott Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush color with some other great products from Elizabeth Mott and its sister company, Hanalei. Elizabeth Mott’s Tints and Sass Lip and Cheek Stain is an awesome addition to your look, enhancing your color and allowing for rosy cheeks with minimal effort. Another great product to use for that great blush look is Hanalei Company tinted lip treatments. They’re multifunctional and can work in a very similar way to Elizabeth Mott’s lip and cheek stain, allowing for even more versatile shades so that you can find the perfect combination for your skintone.

Elizabeth Mott Lip and Cheek Stain


When it comes to finding your perfect blush, there’s a lot to think about. From skintone to age, lots of factors can affect what colors will be the best for making your cheeks pop. Luckily, with any combination of Elizabeth Mott’s Show Me Your Cheeks Powder Blush, Tints and Sass Lip and Cheek Stain, and Hanalei’s tinted lip treatment, you’ll be sure to find the perfect color for any look.


About the author:

Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul

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